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    Donald Anthony Grant - Oklahoma Execution - January 27, 2022


    Donald Anthony Grant


    Summary of Offense:

    On July 18, 2001, Grant entered a LaQuinta Inn in Del City, ostensibly to fill out an employment application. In reality, Grant had planned to rob the hotel in order to obtain money to post bond for a girlfriend, Shlonda Gatewood (who was in the Oklahoma County Jail at the time), and was prepared to kill any witnesses to the crime. Grant may have been motivated to strike this particular business because another girlfriend of his, Cheryl Tubbs, had been fired from employment there a few months before; in any event, Grant was familiar with the layout of the property and the location of video surveillance equipment.

    When Grant saw the hotel manager, Brenda McElyea, he approached her with a pistol in his hand and ordered her to walk to a storage room, where he fatally shot her once in the head, and slashed her neck and back with a box knife to make sure the knife was sharp enough to use on his next victim. Grant then left the storage room and approached another employee, Suzette Smith, in the break room. Grant ordered Smith at gunpoint to give him the money from the hotel register, which she did. Grant then ordered Smith to walk back to the manager’s office, where he shot her three times in the face. Smith continued to struggle to escape, so Grant brutally beat her and cut her numerous times with his knife. He hit Smith in the head with his pistol, attempted to break her neck, and threw a computer monitor on her head in an effort to stop her struggling. Eventually, Smith succumbed to her wounds and died in the office. Before leaving the office, Grant took personal property from Smith’s purse.

    Grant then left the hotel and walked to a nearby discount store, where he abandoned his pistol and some traveler’s checks he had taken in the robbery. He then called a cab to take him to the home of Cheryl Tubbs. Later that day, Grant used money from the robbery to pay Shlonda Gatewood’s bond, which was about $200. Grant and Gatewood then used a stolen car to drive from Oklahoma City to New York City, where Grant had family. About a month after the murders, Grant was arrested in New York and returned to Oklahoma.

    Grant has been on death row since January 23, 2006.

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    On February 19, 2010, Grant filed a habeas petition in Federal District Court.

    http://dockets.justia.com/docket/okl...cv00171/76021/

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    On June 18, 2014, Grant filed an appeal before the US Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit over the apparent denial of his habeas petition in Federal District Court.

    http://dockets.justia.com/docket/cir...s/ca10/14-6131

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    10th Circuit affirmed the district court today and denied Grant's request to expand his COA.

    https://cases.justia.com/federal/app...?ts=1522447244
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    The panel was made up of Judges Holmes (G.W. Bush), Bacharach (Obama) and Moritz (Obama).

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    On June 22, 2018, the Tenth Circuit DENIED Grant's petition for en banc rehearing.

    https://www.supremecourt.gov/DocketP...0of%20Time.pdf

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    In today's orders, the United States Supreme Court declined to review Grant's petition for certiorari.

    Lower Ct: United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit
    Case Numbers: (14-6131)
    Decision Date: March 30, 2018
    Rehearing Denied: June 22, 2018

    https://www.supremecourt.gov/search....c/18-6713.html

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    Good job John O’Connor. Mike Hunter probably would not have asked for execution dates while litigation is pending. I can’t imagine that they schedule Grant’s date as requested. Maybe they will pick the first week of january.

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    Odds of December 30 being set? That seems to be in the nether section where executions don't happen.
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    Execution dates set for Julius Jones, 6 other Oklahoma death row inmates

    By The Oklahoman

    High-profile death row inmate Julius Jones has been scheduled for execution Nov. 18.

    The Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals on Monday set execution dates for Jones and six other inmates convicted of murder.

    The court set the date for Jones even though the Oklahoma Pardon and Parole Board has recommended Gov. Kevin Stitt commute his death sentence.

    The board voted 3-1 Sept. 13 to recommend his sentence be commuted to life in prison. If the governor agrees, Jones would be immediately eligible for parole.

    Stitt could choose to commute the sentence to life in prison without the possibility of parole. He also could deny commutation.

    Oklahoma's new attorney general, John O'Connor, asked the court to schedule the execution dates.

    O'Connor made the request in August after a federal judge ruled six of the inmates could no longer participate in a legal challenge to the state's execution procedures.

    “The seven inmates to be scheduled for execution were convicted of heinous crimes,” O’Connor said in August. “They either didn't challenge the protocol or offer an alternative method of execution."

    The ongoing lawsuit focuses mainly on the use of a sedative, midazolam, in lethal injections.

    Jones, 41, is facing execution for the 1999 fatal shooting of an Edmond insurance executive during a carjacking. Jurors chose the death penalty as punishment at a 2002 trial.

    The victim, Paul Howell, was gunned down in his parents' driveway in Edmond after a back-to-school shopping trip with his daughters. Stolen was his 1997 Suburban.

    Jones claims that he is innocent, that the real killer framed him and that his trial was unfair.

    "I am not the only young Black male whose public defenders were overmatched, whose juries were biased, who were chewed up and spit out by a system that packs our prisons with people who look just like me," he wrote in a letter sent to the board.

    Millions signed a petition in his support after ABC in 2018 aired the documentary series, "The Last Defense," about his innocence claim.

    Oklahoma has not carried out an execution since 2015.

    Scheduled for execution first is John Marion Grant, 60, an armed robber who was sentenced to death for fatally stabbing a prison kitchen worker in 1998.

    His execution was set for Oct. 28.

    Next is Jones.

    Third is Bigler Jobe Stouffer, 78, who was sentenced to death for the 1985 fatal shooting of a Putnam City elemetary school teacher. His execution was set for Dec. 9.

    Stouffer did not join dozens of other death row inmates in the legal challenge to the execution protocol. His attorney, though, told the Court of Criminal Appeals he will file his own challenge.

    Fourth is Wade Greely Lay, 60, who was sentenced to death for killing a security guard during a botched bank robbery in 2004. His execution was set for Jan. 6.

    Fifth is Donald A. Grant, 45, who was sentenced to death for killing two workers at the LaQuinta Inn in Del City during a 2001 robbery. His execution was set for Jan. 27.

    Sixth is Gilbert Ray Postelle, 35, who was convicted of murdering four people on Memorial Day 2005 outside a trailer in Del City. He was sentenced to death for two of the murders and to life in prison without the possibility of parole for the other two.

    His execution was set for Feb. 17.

    Seventh is James Allen Coddington, 49, who was sentenced to death for killing a Choctaw man in 1997 during a cocaine binge. His execution was set for March 10.

    O'Connor initally had asked for earlier dates. He revised his request when the appeals court did not act. He told the court he was doing so so that inmates will get a required notice and to allow the parole board time to conduct clemency hearings.

    In the order, the judges on the Court of Criminal Appeals found that the setting of execution dates is now appropriate and required by law.

    They acknowledged in a footnote that they are aware of Jones' commutation request. They wrote "this Court's duty to set a date certain is dictated" by law because there is currently no stay in effect.

    https://eu.oklahoman.com/story/news/...es/8384218002/

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